by: S. Scott Stanikmas
I remember seeing Toy Story 3 in theaters and thinking what a perfect way to end the series. It told a story of growing up and putting away childhood for the adventure that is adulthood. But Woody, Buzz and the gang still had a good home with another kid who needed friends just like Andy did when he was growing up.
I was a little dismayed by hearing that a sequel was going to be made, but the more I read about it the less nervous I became. The creators would be coming back for another go around because they had a tale that needed to be told. It’s a story that came from the love of storytelling, not the love of money.
Now it seems that love will be the central theme of this film, it will not be a direct continuation of the franchise…
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